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Jade Plant Crassula Ovata

Jade Plant Crassula Ovata
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  • Jade Plant Crassula Ovata
  • Jade Plant Crassula Ovata
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ColorGolden green
Botanical NameCrassula ovata
Purposehouseplant, decorative plant, indoor gardening decoration
VarietyGolden green
BrandPansare nursery
Soil SpecificFor Jade plants needs aerating and proper draining. Add coconut coir and Pine bark to make the soil
FertilizationUse a high-nitrogen, soluble plant food, such as a 10-20-10 formula.
FeaturesFoliage
CategoryIndoor plants
FamilyCrassulaceae
GenusIxora
Growth RateSlow frowth
Height5 feet
Importedyess
Landscape UseLucky plants, decorative purpose, houseplant
Temperature Deg CelsiusThe best daytime temperature for them is 65-75 F. (18-24 C). Cold weather and damp weather are not g
SunlightDoes not require much (5-6 hours of indirect light is plenty)
WaterWatering should do only when the top 2 to 3 inches soil dry out.
HumidityLow humidity is best for Jade plants. 30 to 50% humidity is perfect.

Jade plant is also considered a lucky symbol/sign for money. Its other names are "Money Plant," “Dollar Plant," "Lucky Plant," and "Friendship Plant."

 

It's a kind of succulent. Jade plant does not require much care, but if you tend it correctly, it can last a lifetime. You can nurture Jade plants into a Bonsai, and it can also grow into a large, beautiful shrub. Many public and private places are decorated with Jade plant.

 

The botanical name is Crassula ovata. It has meaty green leaves that sometimes look like the head of a spoon, and smaller ones look like little droplets. Jade plants are native to South Africa, but people around the world keep it as a houseplant.

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